Vanligvis vil CTRL + + tastene kunne brukes for å øke størrelsen, og CTRL + - for å redusere den.
Har du hjul på musen, kan du bruke CTRL sammen med hjulet for å justere størrelsen. På Mac kan du bruke CMD + + og CMD + -.
Loyd har over 30 års er faring fra IT-bransjen. Han har jobbet som utvikler, testleder og i 10 år jobbet han i UK-baserte Grove Consultants som konsulent/partner. I 2011 startet han eget konsulentselskap med software testing som spesialfelt. Lloyd har holdt foredrag på konferanser som STAREAST, STARWEST, Eurostar, AsiaSTAR, Software Test Automation, Test Kongressen, og Unicom m.fl.
«This is a brand new workshop for anyone interested in finding out how to speed up testing. We are living in an age where we are expected to do more with less…more testing with less resource and less time. This will be a “hands-on” workshop where you will be given applications to test with limited time available, how we can evaluate the quality of the software with confidence. »
There is much confusion in the testing world about Rapid Testing, Exploratory Testing, Ad-hoc Testing. Although Rapid Testing is a term coined by James Bach and Michael Bolton, I am not a fan of the term “Rapid” because it has negative connotations. In the 1990’s we were introduced to Rapid Application Development (RAD) which was not received well in the industry. Instead I prefer the word “Accelerated" testing. In the IT world we are often told to more with less…more testing with less resource, more testing with less time, more automation with less tools. This is a major challenge for every tester and consultant involved in IT projects.
This session will look at some of the hindrances and enablers to accelerated testing, how epistemology can help with accelerated testing and why we need to refute conjectures. The session will be highly practical involving the testing of applications in a resource restricted environment and how to report the results with confidence. The session will look at performing accelerated testing using exploratory testing, heuristics, mind maps, bug hunting and tours.
Be prepared to be challenged, enthused and excited about the testing of applications with limited resources.
Please bring laptops and smartphones to this session.